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The 5th and Final

This album is a culmination of their previous work, and as some people may think that its not as cutting edge as the previous albums, this certainly holds its own as Kyuss consolidates their position as one of the hardest, yet lateral rock bands of the 90's. I like to think of this album as their crowning glory for their amazing careers. As individuals, they have gone onto bigger commerical success but the essence of Kyuss stays locked in the past, which is a very good thing. Anyone who appreciates this band in their earlier albums, will NOT be dissappointed. Look out for the subtle fury in 'One Inch Man' and the not so subtle fury in 'Gloria Lewis'. The epic 'El Rodeo' (new age 'Whitewater' in my humble opinion) is the landmark track that MUST be listened to with a phat reefer and comfy chair, preferrably under a dark, clear, starry night.

Yes,It's Fantastic but not Awesome

So here it is, Kyuss’s last ever studio album, and what a way to go out. With their sound completely perfected, they leave us with just 11 songs. Having lost their drummer, Brant Bjork, they had enlisted the help of Alfredo Hernandez, another gifted drummer (yet in my opinion no replacement for Brant, who wrote himself some of Kyuss’s best songs), and their textbook style is perfectly captured in this album. It has some great songs like One Inch Man, Phototropic(brilliant),El Rodeo, Size Queen and Catamaran, yet none of the Freedom Runs, Supa Scoopas, Whitewaters or 50 Million Year trips that made their previous albums so great(only Phototropic comes close). Their previous albums always had something epic, begun by Thumb, yet if the end is Spaceship Landing, it is a bit disappointing. Their sound has never been better, but it’s not as wacky or grand, its more tight and clinical, not the stuff we fell in love with. Don’t get me wrong, this album is one of the best ever, and beats most other stuff by other bands, it just isn’t as legendary as Kyuss’s previous albums. It’s still damn good though.

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Formed: 1990 in Palm Desert, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Hailing from Palm Desert, CA, Kyuss (pronounced "kai-uss") has become something like a heavy metal equivalent to the Velvet Underground. Although they are widely acknowledged as pioneers of the booming stoner rock scene of the 1990s, the band enjoyed little commercial success during their brief existence, but their combination of sludgy, down-tuned guitars (often played through a bass amp for maximum, earth-shaking intensity), spacey jams, galloping thrash metal rhythms, and organic drums became...
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